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KoTDA eyes partnership with NSE

Konza Technopolis Development Authority (KoTDA) is seeking to partner with the Nairobi Securities Exchange (NSE) to connect investors with viable tech...

LG unveils TV technology consumer education campaign

LG Electronics East Africa has rolled out a campaign to educate consumers on emerging trends in TV technology. Dubbed How...

Third-party incidents most costly enterprise data breaches in 2021, Kaspersky

The latest edition of Kaspersky’s annual IT Security Economics report reveals the growing severity of cybersecurity incidents affecting businesses through suppliers that they share...

Akshay Grover named permanent Cellulant CEO

Cellulant has announced that Acting Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Akshay Grover, has been appointed as Group CEO and Director of Cellulant with effect...

Family Bank, Ada Labs partner to train youth in ICT skills

Family Bank, through the Family Group Foundation, has set aside Ksh. 5 million in partnership with Ada Labs Africa to provide ICT...

Over half of the world’s population is using mobile internet, GSMA...

The GSMA has launched its global State of Mobile Internet Connectivity Report 2021 showing that, despite the COVID-19 pandemic, more than half...

Usiku Games develops mobile sign language game for children

Mobile games development startup Usiku Games has developed a new game to help school-going children learn sign language and help them to...

Google, female Kenyan MPs partner to boost digital skills for women,...

Google and the Kenyan Women Parliamentary Association (KEWOPA) have announced a collaboration to improve gender equity, diversity, and inclusion within organizations and...

Equity awarded two international standards certifications

Equity Bank Kenya Limited has received two International Standards Certifications – ISO 20000 and ISO 27001 on IT Service and Information Security...

Mastercard, Paycode to increase access to financial services across Africa

An estimated 57 percent of the population in Sub-Saharan Africa remains financially excluded while close to 30 percent remain without a form of identification and 60...
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